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Jury Awards Auto Accident Victim $1.31 Million - Cellino & Barnes Trial Attorney Richard P. Amico


A 39-year-old business owner was struck from behind by a vehicle while on his way to a service call.

As a result of the accident, our client suffered multiple disc herniations to his neck and back. As a result, he underwent numerous injections and received hundreds of chiropractic and massage therapy treatments.

Despite his disability, our client did not miss any time from work. He did have to hire another technician to perform the manual labor portion of his job. Our client also had to take out a second mortgage on his home just to keep his business afloat.

A Monroe County jury deliberated for five hours before awarding our client: $80,000 in past pain and suffering; $150,000 in past wage loss; $360,000 in future pain and suffering and $720,000 in future wage loss. The total verdict was $1,310,000.

“Rich Amico did an outstanding job for our client”, stated Ross Cellino. “His experience as a trial attorney was a key factor why our client received this substantial award.”

About Cellino & Barnes

Cellino & Barnes is a New York personal injury law firm, with offices in Buffalo, Rochester and Melville (Long Island), New York.

Cellino & Barnes focuses strictly on personal injury cases, including auto accidents, medical malpractice, construction accidents, premises liability and more. In 2007, Cellino & Barnes obtained settlements and verdicts in excess of $100 million for their clients.

“Our client’s have made us one of the largest personal injury law firm’s in New York State,” states attorney Stephen Barnes.

For more information about Cellino & Barnes visit or contact us 1-800-483-2050.


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